What does Kalli mean?
Kalli [kalli] as a name for girls is of Greek origin, and Kalli means "cup; fairest, most beautiful; beautiful, lovely; black". Kalli is an alternate spelling of Calista (Latin, Greek): from the Late Latin name Calixta. Kalli is also a variation of Callie (Greek). Kalli is also used as a derivative of Kali (Hindi, Sanskrit), Kallie (Greek) and Kallista (Greek).
(female) Kallah, Kalmi, ..
(male) Kalbi, Kalki, .. Middle name pairings:
Kalli Kamiya (K.K.), ..
How popular is Kalli?
Kalli is an uncommon first name for women. Kalli is a rare surname too for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Kalli entered the list in 1990 and reached its top rank of #1023 in the U.S. in the year 2007, and is presently at #1970. (2015 Birth Statistics)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Prominent variation forms of Kalli (#1970 the previous year) ranked in the Top 2000 are Cali (#232 the previous year), Calista (#1385), Calla (#1565), Calli, Callie (#196), Cally, Kala, Kalei, Kaleigh (#1051), Kaley (#1233), Kali (#267) and Kallie (#695). These relations of Kalli were popular 1 year ago (median #1233) and have remained as common to this day (#1276, ▼10.9%), but with forms such as Calista becoming less fashionable. Cali, Callie, Kali and Kallie are four of the more fashionable baby names in this list.
Kalli is alike in pronunciation to Caela, Caley, Cayla▼, Caylia, Caylie, Collie, Kaelee, Kaelie, Kaila▼, Kaili, Kalee, Kayla▼, Kaylah, Kaylley, Kealey, Keila, Kelley▼, Kelli▼, Kelly▼, Kellye, Kyla, Kylah, Kylea, Kylee and Kyley. Other suggested similar names are Ailli, Bali, Carli, Celli, Delli, Dilli, Dolli, Elli, Hali▼, Halli, Harli, Holli, Kadi, Kaelin, Kai▲, Kailin, Kalani▲, Kalin, Kallan, Kaloni, Kami, Kammi, Kapri, Karla▼, Karli, Karlie▲, Karlin, Karlla, Karri, Kasci, Kasi, Kassi, Katlin▼, Kayci, Kayle, Kaylin, Kaysi, Kyall, Lali, Lilli, Melli, Milli, Molli, Pauli, Polli, Salli, Tali, Tilli, Ulli and Valli. These names tend to be more commonly used than Kalli.See names in meaning and etymology.